RoboDEX Academic Forum
At Academic Forum, researchers of universities and national/public institutes will present their latest research results through Oral Presentation and Poster Session

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[ NOTE ] Please note that some seminar may not have interpretation.
※ (Honorifics omitted) Please note that programs are subject to change. Jan. 17 [Wed]
Robotics for Happiness. Aiming to realize a world where people and robots coexist and cooperate.

TAMAGAWA UNIVERSITY
AIBot Research Center
Professor  Dr. Hiroyuki Okada

In order to realize a society in which various values ??are harmoniously created, we introduce technologies to support the creation of human-centered social intelligence based on artificial intelligence and robot technology as key words.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Robot hand using iris mechanism

KANAGAWA UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Engineering
Professor  Dr. Tadashi Egami

We propose a new robot hand system which can be operated by a single actuator. It can hold a target from all around by blades, and can be corresponded between smaller and lighter target to larger and heavy target.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 11:50 ~ 12:20     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Robot for CT-guided needle insertion to achieve minimally invasive cancer therapy

OKAYAMA UNIVERISTY MEDICAL SCHOOL
Deparment of Radiology
Associate Professor  Dr. Takao Hiraki

We have been developing a medical robot (Zerobot) to achieve minimally invasive cancer therapy without radiation exposure to the physicians.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 12:40 ~ 13:10     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Rehabilitation control device for the brain using artificial intelligence

KYUSHU SANGYO UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Professor  Dr. KAZUHIRO TSURUTA

We apply a robot control technology and challenge the reproduction of the brain function by giving various brain illusions. We confirmed that the brain stimulus influences the brain blood flow by using machine learning analysis.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 13:30 ~ 14:00     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Development of the space tether robot and the stair ascend/descend robot

NIHON UNIVERSITY
Department of Precision Machinery Engineering, College of Science and Technology
Vice dean and Professor  Dr. Yoshio Aoki

We display the development product of the moving robot along the
space tether for environmental measurement and earth observation. In addition, the development product of the wheel moving robot that stairs going up and down is possible.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Stuffed robot soft to bone

TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Laboratory for Future Interdisciplinary Researcg of Science and Technology
Associate Professor  Dr. Shoichi Hasegawa

Safe and durable robots for touch interaction. The moving part is made of only fiber materials. It never damages users or the robot self. Complex movements are also possible by driving multiple threads.

Presentation Jan 17 [Wed] 15:10 ~ 15:40     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
※ (Honorifics omitted) Please note that programs are subject to change. Jan. 18 [Thu]
Softrobotics & future society

KEIO UNIVERSITY
Haptics research center
Professor  Dr. Kouhei Ohnishi

The development of the robot working as human is mandatory.The lecture will introduce the soft robotics based on real haptics technology. Soft robotic technology applied to artificial machines and/or robots will make them more human-like.

Presentation Jan 18 [Thur] 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Stress-free Vital Sensing System & Robotics Research Group of NIT Colleges in Chugoku-Shikoku Area

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NIIHAMA COLLEGE
Dept. of Electronics and Control Engineering
Professor  Dr. Mikio Deguchi

Stress-free vital sensing system including permittivity change measurement, fake nail type measurement device, image processing technology as an activity of the robotics research group of NIT colleges in Chugoku-Shikoku area is presented.

Presentation Jan 18 [Thur] 12:40 ~ 13:10     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
On the Robot Control with Smart Sensing Technology

NAGAOKA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Science of Technology Innovation
professor  Dr. Masahiro Nakagawa

In the present exhibition, we shall address the robot control technology by means of the extraction of fractal dimensions of the electroencephalogram.

Presentation Jan 18 [Thur] 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Radar camera for disaster robot and self driving car that can cope with fog

TAMAGAWA UNIVERSITY
`Quantum ICT Research Institute
Professor Emeritus  Dr. Osamu Hirota

Conventional image sensor does not work when strong fog appears in front of car or robot. We develop a radar camera for self driving car or robot, which may have immunity against strong fog and rain.

Presentation Jan 18 [Thur] 16:00 ~ 16:30     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
※ (Honorifics omitted) Please note that programs are subject to change. Jan. 19 [Fri]
Robot technology R&D in the University of Aizu and industry-academia collaboration

THE UNIVERSITY OF AIZU
Revitalization Center Business Office
Professor  Mr. Makoto Yashiro

The standardization of robot software and intelligent robot systems (Cloud Robotics) will be described with Prof. Keitaro Naruse. The R&D activities are performed by industry and academia collaboration supported by Fukushima Pref.

Presentation Jan 19 [Fri] 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Proposal of robot "Self-ball" to create community.

TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Happiness Co-creation Society Through "Ishin-Denshin" Intelligent Communications Research Promotion Organization
Sub-Project Leader  Mr. Masafumi Ono

We propose a robot "Self-ball" that connects people with similar interests and supports the activation of the field. The Self-ball is a personal use robot that understands the user's feelings and helps communication.

Presentation Jan 19 [Fri] 12:40 ~ 13:10     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
Massive-Connection and Low-Latency Radio Communication Technologies for Connected Robotics

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (NICT)
Wireless Networks Research Center Wireless Systems Laboratory
Research Manager  Dr. Kenichi Takizawa

We show radio communication technologies providing capability of massive connection and millisecond-order latency towards realizing network-connected robotics.

Presentation Jan 19 [Fri] 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue:  Presentation Venue:West-A
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